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The Ultimate Much Ado About Nothing Quiz

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A Shakespeare comedy that's actually funny, Much Ado About Nothing is one of the most frequently performed of the writer's plays. Kenneth Branagh and Joss Whedon have directed hit film versions, and chances are that if you wander through central London you're bound to find at least one theatre showing it.

How much do you know about the play? Do you know your Beatrice barbs from your Benedick put-downs? Can you hey nonny nonny with the best of them (no idea what that means)? Try our quiz and find out.

 

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